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What's your favorite way to have a hot dog and what do the kids like?

  1. Charlu profile image79
    Charluposted 6 years ago

    What's your favorite way to have a hot dog and what do the kids like?

    Are you a ketchup and relish fan, rap them up in bacon and biscuits, Chicago dogs, or do you have your own special way?  Is there a certain brand you always eat (Hebrew for me if I do eat them)? What about on the grill?


  2. Nare Anthony profile image71
    Nare Anthonyposted 6 years ago

    When the cook asks me what do you like me to put inside, my answer is always "EVERYTHING", so my favorite is to contain everything available big_smile

  3. Leroyworld profile image60
    Leroyworldposted 6 years ago

    In downtown Dallas there is this guy who runs a hot dog cart.  He is usually at the Rosa Park Memorial.  I go over and order a bratwurst on a bun with mustard.  I don't like a lot of condiments on brats.  I really am not a big fan of hot dogs.

    If I get an actual hot dog, I want it smothered in onions and chili; and, I am usually at a Texas Rangers baseball game.when I do that.

  4. alliemacb profile image91
    alliemacbposted 6 years ago

    I like onions and ketchup.  My kids like them with nothing on.  A chili dog once in a while is good, but only if I can eat it in privacy.  Nothing worse than wathcing me dribble chli down my chin

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    ElleBeeposted 6 years ago

    I am a fan of natural casing dogs from the deli counter which I get very rarely, typically I go with all-beef dogs or with turkey dogs - there's so much yucky stuff in hotdogs, if I stick w/ one type of meat I feel a little safer.

    I like mine grilled til brown, almost burnt.  With dijon mustard. Yum Yum!

  6. Insane Mundane profile image59
    Insane Mundaneposted 6 years ago

    All-beef angus hot dogs with mustard & sweet relish; doesn't matter how ya cook 'em (microwave, boiled, fried or grilled), for me.  If it is a cheap 'dog (hopefully it's not processed roadkill), then chili & cheese sounds good.  When I was kid, I just liked ketchup on it, for some reason...

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    HubTubposted 6 years ago

    I actually like tofu hot dogs, cooked until they are very well done, and then I enjoy smothering them with lots of mustard and onions!  I am not a fan of ketchup!

  8. Mmargie1966 profile image92
    Mmargie1966posted 6 years ago

    I like it with ketchup OR cheese, not both.  My kids like it with ketchup AND cheese, and my youngest puts onions on hers.

  9. emilybee profile image87
    emilybeeposted 6 years ago

    The dogs in the pic sure look good, but I usually like quality hot dogs from the local market, grilled very well, hopefully not black, but a tad of black is ok. I add a thin layer of ketchup and dijon mustard. Oh, I like my bun toasted, too. smile

  10. Gemini Fox profile image89
    Gemini Foxposted 6 years ago

    Oscar Meyer hot dogs, boiled with mustard only (and not always including a bun) Have tried them "smothered" with various things and never really liked them that way! No kids . . . .

  11. nlclark profile image61
    nlclarkposted 6 years ago

    I prefer chili and cheese on my dogs, with dill pickles on the side.  My kids like them when I cut each dog in half, and roll each half in ready to bake croissant rolls, and bake them.  They dip them in their favorite condiments.  In my opinion, the best hot dog is Sahlen's.  They are sold in upstate New York. The best!

  12. FreezeFrame34 profile image75
    FreezeFrame34posted 6 years ago

    My daughter likes them grilled but plain-with no condiments. I on the other hand, load it up! I especially like Chicago style, or like my hometown Hot Dog Shoppe used to make with homemade chili, onion, and pickle!

  13. eternals3ptember profile image60
    eternals3ptemberposted 6 years ago

    LA street dogs... grill the bun, grill a bacon wrapped chicken or beef frank, grill a chopped up onion and a whole jalapeno, put on one line of mustard, mayo and ketchup right next to each other the length of the dog